A video signal is converted to a balanced signal to enable it to be transmitted along a `twisted pair' cable. Used in situations where the cabling distance is too great.
a video signal that has been converted for transmission along a medium other than coaxial cable
This refers to a type of video signal which is transmitted through a twisted pair cable. It is called balanced because the signal travels through both wires, this way both wires are equally exposed to external interference, so by the time the signal reaches its destination, the end noise will be cancelled at the input of a differential buffer stage.
In CCTV this refers to a type of video signal transmission through a twisted pair cable. It is called balanced because the signal travels through both wires, thus being equally exposed to the external interference, so by the time the signal gets to the receiving end, the noise will be cancelled out at the input of a differential buffer stage.
Method of transmitting video, usually over twisted pair cable, that consists of two equal but opposite signals being sent down two conductors.
A video signal may be converted to a balanced signal for transmission via 'twisted pair' (balanced) cable. Sometimes used for long cable runs where the signal level would be excessively attenuated using unbalanced coaxial type cable. Balanced unshielded cable is usually less lossy than shielded coaxial cable.
This is a method of transmitting audio or video signals over a pair of wires, often twisted pair cable. By sending two equal, but opposite signals, this system minimises external interference, and maintains signal quality.